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Congratulations to the 2014 JavaOne Rock Stars!

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Congratulations to the 2014 JavaOne Rock Stars!

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JavaOne is well known for its:

  • Great Cuisine
  • Formal Dress Code
  • Excellent Content!

Each year we award the top speakers for the JavaOne conference with the prestigious JavaOne Rock Star Award. This is done by taking a look at attendee feedback, so it really represents the folks who created the best content and experience for the JavaOne audience.

Without further ado, here is the list of recipients for the JavaOne 2014 Rock Star Award:

  • Adam Bien
  • Aleks Shulman
  • Andrzej Grzesik
  • Anton Arhipov
  • Arun Gupta
  • Axel Fontaine
  • Baruch Sadogursky
  • Ben Evans
  • Brian Goetz
  • Brian Oliver
  • Cedric Champeau
  • Christine Flood
  • Fabian Lange
  • Frank Kim
  • Geertjan Wielenga
  • Greg Luck
  • Hadi Hariri
  • Hendrik Ebbers
  • Johannes Weigend
  • John Arthorne
  • John Brock
  • Josh Long
  • Kirk Pepperdine
  • Les Hazlewood
  • Linda DeMichiel
  • Mark Winterrowd
  • Martijn Verburg
  • Matthew McCullough
  • Maurice Naftalin
  • Michael Duigou
  • Michael Hill
  • Michael Hoffer
  • Mike McQuaid
  • Nikita Salnikov-Tarnovski
  • Paul Sandoz
  • Petr Jiricka
  • Rafael Winterhalter
  • Reza Rahman
  • Rich Hickey
  • Sander Mak
  • Simon Maple
  • Stephen Chin
  • Steven Pousty
  • Stuart Marks
  • Sven Peters
  • Tal Weiss
  • Trevor Lalish-Menagh
  • Trisha Gee
  • Venkat Subramaniam
  • Yoav Landman
Please join me in congratulating all of these excellent presenters! Oh, and just as a teaser, the  JavaOne 2015 CFP should be opening next month, so stay tuned for that.

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